Archive of: Climate

  • Community competition for climate change resilience

    Community competition for climate change resilience

    Community groups in Sussex can apply for a £500 grant to help create climate change resilience in their local community thanks to David Saddington and other speakers at the January 2020 Landscape Innovation Conference, organised by Sussex Wildlife Trust and the University of Sussex.

  • Something to crow about

    Something to crow about

    The results of just a few dedicated volunteers grafting to create natural flood storage in their local woodland were more spectacular than we could have hoped for.

  • Innovation Landscapes and Climate Change

    Innovation Landscapes and Climate Change

    The courage and conviction of young people around the world, who stood up to hold us all accountable for the current climate change crisis last week has been inspirational.

  • Free-thinking Youth

    Free-thinking Youth

    Taran from Brighton, age 15, tells us why he’s joining the Global Climate Strike on 20 September

  • Climate Emergency

    Climate Emergency

    For more than a year now, young people in the UK and beyond have been striking every Friday to demand that world leaders take decisive action on climate change. Their message is clear: this is a climate emergency, and we must act accordingly.

  • Support for young climate strikers

    Support for young climate strikers

    Students around the world are calling on people of all ages to join them in a Global Climate Strike this Friday 20 September

  • Ten ways to become Carbon Literate

    Ten ways to become Carbon Literate

    Carbon literacy is an awareness of climate change, the carbon costs and impacts of our everyday life activities, and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions - are you Carbon Literate?

  • A vision for climate and flood resilience

    A vision for climate and flood resilience

    The Environment Agency (EA) launched their draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England. It’s a fairly sobering, if upbeat account of how in the face of climate change, it is no longer realistic to manage increasingly intense flooding and sea level rise with limitlessly high flood walls and barriers.

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